Dive into 10Trax of the very best artists hitting the Barn on the Farm festival lineup this year, from Holly Humberstone to flowerovlove.

Championing the most exciting up-and-coming artists, Barn on the Farm’s returning to Gloucester this year with a whole host of new talent. Split over three days, it’s the first ever UK festival headline performance for all three of the headliners, which comprises Lizzy McAlpine, Bleachers and Holly Humberstone.


This year’s festival is jam-packed with some massive names making up “the music of tomorrow”. The headliners will be joined by all from indie trailblazers, The Academic, STONE, and Bilk, through to heavenly vocalists, Rachel Chinouriri, flowerovlove, and Olivia Dean. 


To get well and truly in the festival spirit, we’ve filled our (wellington) boots with 10Trax of the very best Barn on the Farm has to offer. Taking place from the 29th of June to the 2nd of July, grab your tickets here.

"ceilings" by Lizzy McAlpine

Get in your feels at indie-pop star Lizzy McAlpine's set. After her lyrically-genius track "ceilings" went viral earlier this year, now's the time to catch McAlpine live in person.

"How Dare You Want More" by Bleachers

Known for creating indie anthem after anthem, Bleachers are filling the much-coveted Saturday headline slot. From their 2021 album, "How Dare You Want More" is a blaring, rock-infused track that's bound to get heads banging.

"The Walls are Way Too Thin" by Holly Humberstone

After winning the rising star award at the BRITs just last year, Holly Humberstone is taking to Barn on the Farm as Sunday's headliner. With a whole host of tender love ballads under her belt, the crowds will be pouring in to see Humberstone's intimate set.

"Nothing Lasts Forever" by Dylan

Dylan knows just the recipe for a perfect alt-pop hit. Pouring out lyrics about heartache atop infectious melodies and guitar riffs, she's not one to miss.

"Dive" by Olivia Dean

From her upcoming debut album "Messy", Olivia Dean's new track "Dive" is an enchanting pop track we've got on repeat.

"Trouble" by The Big Moon

Indie-pop four-piece The Big Moon's 2022 album "Here is Everything" is a freeing and infectious offering that struck a chord with fans and newcomers alike - and is set to go down a treat at the farm.

"Love You" by flowerovlove

Our latest cover star flowerovlove is bringing her soothing melodies and summery feels to Barn on the Farm this year. Her single, "Love You", released earlier this year, champions universal love - which we're hoping will be in full supply on the weekend.

"Heartbreak's Where It's At" by The Academic

The Academic's just readying up to bring their feel-good tunes to the stage this summer. "Heartbreak's Where It's At", taken from their latest album, is a dance-floor hit with irresistible electronic synths.

"Let's Dance To The Real Thing" by STONE

Liverpool-hailing Indie four-piece STONE know all the makings of a rebellious indie-rock banger. Get into the festival spirit with "Let's Dance To The Real Thing".

"All I Ever Asked" by Rachel Chinouriri

Rachel Chinouriri's dulcet tones make heartbreak almost dreamy, especially on track "All I Ever Asked". And, taking her romance-dipped vocals to the farm this summer, she's ready to soothe the hearts of fans far and wide.

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